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Chronic pain posted by doctorpain on 5 sep 2011 at 5:55 am

The perfect candidate. It started slowly, I started having aches body wide. It hurt to just have someone rub against my skin. My fibro entered my life at the most depressing and upsetting time. Loss of my job, boyfriend, death of my father, many family illnesses and deaths, putting down my beloved dog, noelle, probably made my friend thought I had lost desire for him. The pain intensified. No one seemed to understand and seemed to think I was just a chronic complainer. It seemed a no-win situation. Every day became a genuine struggle just to get out of bed, get dressed, and go to my physically demanding job.


There was certainly no understanding on the job front, as everyone was required to pull their own weight, which I totally understood.Hipoxia anoxia eventually, I became unable to work and left the job place feeling utterly defeated and wondering how I was going to support myself. I might add that the painkillers (vicodin, hydrocodone,lortab) that did provide some relief were not allowed on the job site, so there appeared no solution. To make my already long story shorter, I have had to apply for social security disability. As of this date, no determination has been made. In the meantime, I receive food stamps, have sold possessions, have had to rely somewhat on family and friends. Of course, most families and friends can only supply so much support. Therefore, I have put my situation in god’s hands, because I truly cannot deal with all it alone.Hipoxia anoxia

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Look for smaller pharmacies posted by erinenj on 28 nov 2011 at 11:42 pm

When you’re trying to find this kind of medication, don’t overlook the smaller non-chain pharmacies. I took all of my scripts to walgreens for years, but when I was put on opana ER, I had tons of trouble getting walgreens to keep it in stock, so I would end up having to go without my meds for a day or two at least. It was a nightmare. I tried a small, family-owned pharmacy that has been in business for more than 30 years. Not only did they have it in stock, they were willing to keep it in stock for me.

I have found that the small pharmacies are so much better.Hipoxia anoxia they’re willing to work with you to get you the meds you need. I’ve been a customer there for more than a year, and they all know me by name and face – it’s almost like walking into a group of friends. Plus, if they have to order something, it only takes them a day to get it. I’ve found that they treat me so much better than the big chains and that getting my medications, even the hard to find ones, is so much simpler and significantly less frustrating than before. So if you’re having trouble finding the nucynta, try a smaller pharmacy. They may be able to help you better than the big ones who care more about their policies than their patients.

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Helps with morning fibro pain posted by joe on 9 dec 2011 at 11:15 pm

I have fairly severe fibromyalgia. I was waking up at 4, 4:30, 5 am….Etc, with pain in my back and legs. I told my rheumatologist that I wanted something time release so I’m not in pain while sleeping. He prescribed nucynta ER. It definitely has helped the pain.The only problem I have is rapid pounding heartbeat at times since starting it 2 weeks ago. I also take pristiq, so it is probably the combined norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor action of the combined meds causing it. Savellla, an SSNRI did the same thing, but much worse. I’d say it has few side effects at all, but take note about the SNRI activity nucynta has. I may have to ask him for some other med.Hipoxia anoxia I’ve found that oxycodone has always worked great for me, so I hope my doc will consider moving me to an ER oxycodone med. In my opinion, at least for me, nothing knocks out my fibro pain AND fatigue/flu-like symptoms better than oxy. As for the hillbilly heroine comment, that was just moronic. People who abuse pain meds deserve to be punished, but those who need it should not be. One day you will be glad to get some hillbilly heroine. Your time will come. You will experience chronic and/or acute pain in your lifetime. I have a wife and new son to take care of. Would you rather I take pills for fibro or would you rather pay my disability payments?? It’s shocking how ignorant people are about fibro too.Hipoxia anoxia if you have a family member or friend with it, don’t criticize them for taking pain meds. It’s the only thing giving their lives back.

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OIF disabled veteran posted by mike on 17 oct 2012 at 1:27 am

This medication has given me a new life. After researching nucynta ER heavily I had brought it up to my doctor. He agreed to start me on it. Once I received the prescription I did have a lot of trouble locating a pharmacy. I eventually tried to call a local family run pharmacy and they stated they didn’t carry it, however, they offered to overnight a supply. The pharmacy said they would keep a supply just for me on hand and other strengths in case I get an increase.Hipoxia anoxia so definitely just try to go to a family pharmacy. They’ll treat you like a human, not a junky. Since starting the extended release, the first few days I had some stomach discomfort. One morning I woke up and made some coffee. I paused and thought, o my gosh, I just got out of bed and didn’t hurt!! Other then the first few days, I have had no negative side effects. I don’t feel a rush or feel like I’m in a bubble. For the first time in years, I’m starting to feel alive again.

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Nucynta ER 100 mg posted by sherrie on 10 nov 2012 at 10:50 pm

I had previously been on oxycodone 15 mg immediate release (1 tablet 4x daily) for chronic pain due to 2 failed lumbar fusions and they worked great.Hipoxia anoxia due to new state laws my doctor had to switch me to another medication and put me on nucynta ER 100 mg 2x daily with oxycodone 5 mg capsules 3x daily as needed for breakthrough pain. Let me just say in three simple words: I hate nucynta!

I picked up my prescription (which was a battle to obtain not because walgreens didn’t have them but because my insurance needed a prior authorization which took 8 phone calls and 3 business day to take care of) and I took the first pill on my way home.

I figured I was less than 10 minutes from home and by the time I got there the medicine would kick in and I would get relief. I got relief but felt like I was on a 3 day high! NOT a good feeling! I sat down on the couch and told my husband I had taken it and I didn’t feel good.Hipoxia anoxia I explained my symptoms and went to bed. This was at 5:30 in the evening. I slept until after 10 the next morning.

I woke up groggy and in pain so I decided against taking the nucynta and took 2 of the oxycodone and went about my day. I decided to cut the nucynta in half and take just half a pill. I know, it’s an extended release tablet but I had to see if a lesser dose would work without the high feeling. It eased the pain somewhat but I still felt that high feeling I didn’t like but it wasn’t as strong (obviously).

I took the other half of the nucynta later in the day and that nasty high feeling came back. I didn’t have the chest pains the information sheet said may be a side effect but my chest just felt weird–almost like my heart was racing but it wasn’t.Hipoxia anoxia does that make sense? I felt this with the full dose also.

I am going to take one more full dose to see if the same thing happens. If it does I’m going to call my doctor and hope to god he changes my medication back to what worked for me! I have a list of close to 20 medications I can’t take and nucynta will more than likely be added to that list!

Has anyone else experienced this feeling on such a small dose?

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